An old shepherd lives his last days in a quiet medieval village perched high on the hills of Calabria, at the southernmost tip of Italy.
He herds goats under skies that most villagers have deserted long ago. He is sick, but believes that he can find his medicine in the dust he collects on the church floor, which he drinks in his water every day.
A beautiful and poetic vision of the revolving cycles of life and nature in the unbroken traditions of a timeless place, Le Quattro Volte won huge acclaim and delighted audiences on release in 2010. Don’t miss this one-off chance to re-watch it on the big screen alongside Frammartino’s new, and similarly wondrous, Il Buco.